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Is complimenting people or trying to be nice wrong?

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ChildofGod_822

ChildofGod_822

I have a good guy friend from my church who I started a snap streak on Snapchat with. It was only because one time I sent him a snapchat, I couldn’t respond until the next day. A lot of times I worry if I won’t respond right or send something that’s not relatated. When he responds, he helps make it feel ok and go more smoothly. A lot of time’s it just of our faces or his car or something. We don’t talk unless I start a conversation or ask him a question. Does he really not want to talk to me or snapchat? He never starts a conversation, asks me questions, or compliments me. I’m not expecting him to, it would just be nice. Yesterday he snapchatted a picture of his homework. He said it was for an AP class, and I was just trying to be nice by saying “You must be smart”. He responded by sending a picture that was completely black, like the darkness in his room. Last year I was snapchatting him too about his Lacrosse game. I told him something like “Congratulations! Good job on winning!” He responded with just his face red. I met him last year at our church’s very small home group that met at the Pastor’s house. There was something special about him because he just liked me right away without even talking to me and we also became friends without talking a lot too. That’s one of the reasons I love him so much, he was like one of the most outstanding ones in the group and I know God would be proud of him. Not a lot of the kids talked to me and one of the other boys who wouldn’t decided he didn’t like me for no reason and one of the girls who I requested to follow on Instagram blocked me. My one friend was the only one who tried to include me with the group whenever I went. I also thought he might have had a crush on me too. Whenever I walked in the house, he would say “hi” and his face would get red. That happened at school sometimes too. One time we saw each other, his face got red and after a while, he looked down. I also thought he was an amazing friend because he would even say hi to me when I had my head down. People usually didn’t go out of their way like that at school. But is there something I’m doing wrong? I’ve learned to think of him as a good friend, like the girls I’m friends with, but maybe that’s not the same for boys. He’s sent me one of two snapchats shirtless, so I’m not sure exactly how he thinks of me, along with the blushing too. This summer I asked him if he would want to hang out and he seemed happy to make time and that it would mean a lot to me. Things got busy and I asked him if he still would a couple weeks ago. We’re thinking of maybe this Friday. I’m worried if he doesn’t start conversations on Snapchat or over text, will it be awkward and he won’t want to be friends anymore? If we’re both a little more of introverts, how will our conversations go? I was thinking it could be like when my sister hangs out with a guy who’s strictly a friend, it’s fun to watch because they’re like brother and sister. When I hang out with my girl friends, we always have so much to talk about, they compliment me and respond well to mine, like”Aww thank you so much! I love you”. Why are boys and girls different like that? Even though he’s a friend, would he still be shy around me because I’m 1-2 years older than him, or does he just really not like me? Thank you for your help!

October 31, 2016 at 14:36
ChildofGod_822

ChildofGod_822

He’s also polite and he’ll say “thanks for asking”

October 31, 2016 at 14:46
Nino99

Nino99

Try not to worry about being awkward, because that will only make it more awkward 😀 So just be yourself, be honest with yourself, and have fun..seems like he’s a good guy 🙂

November 6, 2016 at 07:15
porque.taco

porque.taco

Guys and girls are different because some guys don’t want to make their actions seem like they have a crush on you or are over doing it, even if they do. I would just take initiative and get a small group of friends to go to the movies or a skating rink or something. That way you can hang out without it seeming like a date and you can get to know him better.

November 23, 2016 at 13:24
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